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Back in 2002, it seemed easy to discern which of the Midwestern minimalist blues-rock duos was which: the White Stripes were the art-punks, naming albums after Dutch art movements, while the Black Keys were the nasty primitives, bashing out thrilling, raw records like their 2002 debut The Big Come Up and its 2003 follow-up Thickfreakness. Six years later, the duos appear to have switched camps, as Jack White leads the Stripes down a path of obstinate traditionalism while the Black Keys get out, way out, on their fifth album ...

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  1. All You Ever Wanted]
  2. I Got Mine]
  3. Strange Times]
  4. Psychotic Girl]
  5. Lies]
  6. Remember When]
  7. Remember When]
  8. Same Old Thing]
  9. So He Won't Break]
  10. Oceans & Streams]
  11. Things Ain't Like They Used to Be
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